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This is brilliant! A mini high-rise garage! Each car gets its own port in this easy storage solution for your kid's Hot Wheels cars. 1. Get assorted wooden boxes or crates from your local crafts store. 2. Collect cardboard rolls (e.g. paper towels, wrapping paper, mailing tubes, etc.) and cut to fit box depth. 3. Arrange rolls in box as you see fit. Use larger boxes for track and miscellaneous storage

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A simple trick to inspire high-octane dreams for your little champions. All you need is a lamp, some hot wheels cars, and glue.

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Get the competition going at your Hot Wheels house party with this easy DIY Hot Wheels game. Cut holes in cardboard or wood, set up a 4-Lane Elimination Race and let kids send their Hot Wheels flying! Find out how to make this party game here.

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Little Tikes toddler race car bed converted into a bookshelf, with the addition of some Hot Wheels decals, taken from the Hot Wheels wall border.

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from Catch My Party

Hot Wheels / Birthday "Hot Wheels, full speed"

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from Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

How to Make a Cardboard Box Race Track for Hot Wheels Cars

Convert a cardboard box (we used a Costco diaper box) into simple race lanes for Hot Wheels cars!  This simple race track releases four cars at one time. The boys and Janie have been having fun playing with this race track, and it hasn’t broken yet.  This is a perfect project for a bad weather...Read More »

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